Missing Person Case Closure: “Dewey” Poulin

Back in 2018 when I had just begun working on missing-person cases, I tackled the disappearance of Dwain "Dewey" Poulin from Tamworth, NH. Today while browsing a local news feed I found an article from February of this year noting that his remains (which were discovered in Ossipee, NH in 2020) had finally been identified. … Continue reading Missing Person Case Closure: “Dewey” Poulin

A Missing-Person “Sectional” Suspect and Location Spread

Just when you thought I'd gone off the deep end, here is a very simple layout that I will be using in connection with my other more detailed missing-person spreads. (You will need a board-game spinner or other random "sectioning" method to work with it.) As mentioned in the accompanying text, the thrust of this … Continue reading A Missing-Person “Sectional” Suspect and Location Spread

Where Is Harmony? – A Tarot-Cartography View

AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is one of my "bonus" posts that I will occasionally double-up on in my daily output. UPDATE: During an online conversation about this reading, someone observed that the 4 of Wands clearly means she is deceased. I responded by saying that I'm not so sure. Aleister Crowley's idea behind the title for … Continue reading Where Is Harmony? – A Tarot-Cartography View

Updated Transits for the Disappearance of Harmony Montgomery

Authorities have now updated the most likely period for the disappearance of Harmony Montgomery of Manchester, NH to between November 28 and December 10, 2019. Since she was officially in the custody of her father at that time even though her biological mother lived in Haverhill, MA, the event probably occurred in Manchester. Given the … Continue reading Updated Transits for the Disappearance of Harmony Montgomery

Investigative Prospects for the Harmony Montgomery Case

AUTHOR'S NOTE: As I write this, the search effort at the last know location of the missing girl has been concluded and no further information has been provided to the public. The implication is that nothing remarkable has been found or they would be crowing about their success; however, the FBI is involved and they … Continue reading Investigative Prospects for the Harmony Montgomery Case

What Happened to Harmony? – A Horary Perspective

AUTHOR'S NOTE: I'm running my study of the Harmony Montgomery missing-person case on a parallel track to my normal daily posts, so - at the risk of overloading my readers - here is the latest effort, a bit ahead of schedule. Because the accuracy of horary astrology relies on the instant the astrologer understands the … Continue reading What Happened to Harmony? – A Horary Perspective

Harmony: The Last Word (For Now)

AUTHOR'S NOTE: I'm "shoehorning" this post in here because of strong interest in this missing-person case. I realized that I didn't perform my "last word" reading for the case of Harmony Montgomery. The spread, which I characterize as showing "the quick (alive), the dead and the in-between (suffering but still alive)," is intended to demonstrate … Continue reading Harmony: The Last Word (For Now)

Harmony’s Fate: A “World of Hurt” Missing Person Reading

Author's Note: Breaking my rule again by posting twice today, but I wanted to get this off my plate because I have a growing backlog of more complex essays to publish beginning tomorrow. The police are moving briskly on this case but haven't come up with anything new yet despite poking around a home with … Continue reading Harmony’s Fate: A “World of Hurt” Missing Person Reading

Harmony’s Story: A “Missing-Person Vignette”

UPDATE: An arrest was made in this case yesterday, but it was for felonious conduct prior to the disappearance. Harmony is still unaccounted-for. There seems to have been a custody battle going on, which does not bode well. https://patch.com/new-hampshire/concord-nh/father-missing-7-year-old-harmony-montgomery-arrested?fbclid=IwAR3m5aM3Hj9XZEgbEdTwgWpC7pIkFfVqEABFhWqI9PdFFB4ykYQq_dmSwvY This is the second in a series of readings about the case of a missing New … Continue reading Harmony’s Story: A “Missing-Person Vignette”